STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: High Court granted three advance increments to the Judicial Officers on acquiring higher qualification like PG in Law at each stage of the promotion or placement in higher pay scale. “The First National Judicial Pay Commission in its report at Para 8.48, while dealing with the aspect of Judicial Officers having acquired higher qualification viz post-graduation in Law, made the recommendations that if selected candidates are having a higher qualification like Post Graduation in Law, we recommend that three advance increments be given as it is allowed by the Delhi Administration. It is an acknowledged fact that post-graduation in Law is a difficult course and it is better to reward appropriately such candidates,” reads the order issued by Sanjay Dhar, Registrar General. “In this regard, the State Government has now issued SRO 58 dated January 18, 2019 thereby incorporating Rule 13A to the Jammu and Kashmir Judicial Officers (Allowances, Amenities and Advances) Rules, 2007 which reads as “Three Advance increments: Judicial Officers having / acquiring higher qualification of post graduation in Law shall be entitled to three advance increments strictly in accordance with the recommendations No. 8.48 of the First National Judicial Pay Commission”, the order further stated. “The aforesaid SRO has paved way for extension of recommendation of the First National Judicial Pay Commission regarding grant of advance increments to Judicial Officers of the State possessing post graduate degree in Law,” the order stated and added, “With a view to lay down the modalities/mode and manner of granting the aforesaid benefit, the matter was, after soliciting orders from the Chief Justice, placed before the Administrative Committee for consideration.” “Now therefore, on the strength of the resolution adopted by the Administrative Committee in its deliberations held on May 27, 2019, it is hereby ordered that the Advance Increments on acquiring higher qualification of post-graduation in Law shall be granted to the Judicial Officers at each stage of the promotion or placement in higher pay scale,” the order said.
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